Canadian starlet Rachel McAdams is in negotiations to take a role in New Line Cinema's "The Time Traveler's Wife."
Striking actress Rachel McAdams is in line for her next acting stint. TMZ reported that the beauty is involved in talks to have a starring role in "The Time Traveler's Wife", a romantic drama of New Line Cinema production.
If a deal is reached, the project thus will mark the reunion between McAdams and screenwriter Jeremy Leven after their collaboration in "The Notebook." In the meantime, it is also reported that Stephen Frears and Robert Schwentke have been the studio's two main choices in its list of directors.
Adapted from Audrey Niffenegger's 2003 bestselling novel of the same title, the picture explores the effect of time travel to the marriage relationship between Henry DeTamble, a man afflicted with a very rare genetic disorder known as "Chrono-Impairment", and his wife Clare Abshire. No details yet on production schedule.